Posts Tagged ‘gaming notebook’

MSI GE600 Gaming Notebook Finnaly Available


MSI’s latest gaming machine, the GE600 which was announced in February this year, is now available and it seems that it was designed to offer high-end gaming performance.

The notebook has a 16″ HD TFT LCD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution and sports an Intel Core i5 processor, backed up by 4GB of DDR3 memory and an ATI Radeon HD5730 graphic card with support for DirectX 11, which is perfect for next generation games and it also has 3D capabilities.


MSI to Launch Another Powerful Gaming Notebook, The GE 700

MSI GE700 Gaming Notebook

MSI is back on the market with another gaming notebook which will offer high-end gaming performance, the MSI GE 700.

The GE 700 is bigger than the previous GE 600, having a 17.3-inch LCD. Under the hood it hides an Intel i5 processor with Intel Turbo Boost and Intel Hyper-Threading technology.

When we talk about graphics, the GE 700 tells us that an ATI Radeon HD5730 graphic card with 1GB DDR3 video memory will give us superior display performance and lower power consumption. The notebook also has 2 slots for DDR3 SODIMM.


MSI GT660 Gaming Notebook to be presented at Next Week’s CeBIT

MSI GT660 Gaming Notebook

Another product that MSI will present at next week’s CeBIT is this gaming notebook, the GT660. It will be MSI’s first device to feature USB 3.0 ports which is an advantage for the company due to the fact that there aren’t many devices that offer support for USB 3.0 on the market.

Designed to offer high-end gaming performance, the GT660 notebook is powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and features 12GB of RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 285M graphics and runs under Windows 7. So far there is no information about pricing or release date, but we should wait until next week’s event.

Origin Eon18 Gaming Laptop Looks Promissing


Featuring an impressive design and even more impressive specifications, the Origin Eon18 gaming laptop plans to give competitors, like Alienware, a run for their money.

If the Origin name doesn’t ring any bells, you should know it’s a company founded six years ago by six former Alienware executives. When Dell took over the company they decided to leave and start their own company, where they could design the same gaming systems Alienware used to.

Their newest creation, the Eon 18 gaming laptop features a full HD resolution 18.4 widescreen display, dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280M GPUs and an Intel Core i7 processor. It allegedly handles high-quality gaming animations beautifuly, but it also eats through the battery in less than 45 minutes, so I’d make sure there’s a power outlet nearby, before starting a gaming session.

The Origin Eon18 gaming laptop will be available soon, for a starting price of $2,070. Full specs and features after the jump.


Dell Alienware M11x Gaming Notebook Available for Pre-Order

Dell Alienware M11x Gaming Netbook

Dell’s Alienware M11x notebook is now available for pre-order and offers high-end gaming performance which makes it a “must-have” for gamers. The 11-inch M11x features an Intel 1.3GHz Core 2 Duo SU7300 processor or better, up to 8GB DDR3, 8hours battery life, 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M video card, up to 500GB hdd, all these on one very compact package.

CES2010 Dell Alienware M11x Video after the jump.